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SMALLRIG 9.5 inch Adjustable Articulating Magic Arm with Both 1/4" Thread Screw for LCD Monitor/LED Lights - 2066
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|Color||9.5" Articulating Magic Arm|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.51 x 2.36 x 0.98 inches|
|Item Weight||0.21 Kilograms|
About this item
- 【MAGIC ARM】The precise and durable designed Articulating Magic Friction Arm provides great versatility for the positioning of access.
- 【EASY POSITION】Double 360 degree Ball Head Articulating design adjusts any angles based on your needs.
- 【WIDE COMPATIBILITY】With 1/4" thread on both ends to install any on-camera flash lights, microphone,LCD monitor,DV Monitor, microphone on one end and other accesorries like cage, NATO Rail 1973, 15mm Rod 1182 and Quick Release Rod Clamp 1976 etc.
- 【RUBBER & THREAD】Mounted with 1/4" screw is a rubber cushion which could prevent the scratches of monitor and help to lock the monitor tighter.
- 【CUSTOMER SERVICE】Backed with 100% satisfaction guaranteed for quality problem; 24 h x 7 Customer Service Support.
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In 2009, we launched the brand “SmallRig”, a word meaning “assisting video graphics lovers in a powerful way”, which freed the filmmakers from the burden of traditional sets to enjoy DIY rigs. Users are the best designers. That's why we hold on to the idea of “Customer Comes First, Collaborate to Innovate, Enjoy Being There”. Meanwhile, SmallRig provides specialized services and solutions of shooting suites for users to create more possibilities of capturing the moment & framing the eternal.
About the Product
SmallRig Articulating Arm (9.5 inches) 2066 could attach monitor via the 1/4’’ screw on the one end and attach accessories with 1/4’’-20 threaded holes on the other end.
- It is equipped with 1/4’’ screws on both ends respectively.
- It could attach monitor via the 1/4’’ screw on the one end and attach accessories with 1/4’’-20 threaded holes on the other end.
- Mounted with 1/4’’ screw is a rubber cushion that protects monitors from scratches and helps to lock the monitor tighter.
- It features an ergonomic wingnut for great convenience that could help to adjust any angles based on your needs.
Features the rubber cushion that protects monitors from scratches.
It could attach monitor via the 1/4’’ screw on the one end and attach accessories with 1/4’’-20 threaded holes on the other end.
It features an ergonomic wingnut for great convenience that could help to adjust any angles based on your needs.
The length of this Articulating Arm is 250mm (9.5 inches).
With 1/4" screws on both ends to install any on-camera flash lights, microphone, LCD monitor,DV Monitor, microphone on one end and other accesorries like cage, NATO Rail 1973 etc.
The best load of this super clamp mount is 1.5kg (3.3lb).
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I didn't strain to over-tighten screw, It was finger tight and stripped. The primary section of device failed quite simply because the metal tension screw just wasn't hardened metal and stripped easily.
If you use it, use it with only light equipment and be careful to not use too much torque.
The product description should have a weight limit.
I use these and some other Smallrig items to mount audio equipment and synth and percussion hardware to music rigs. I highly doubt that I've ever used a Smallrig item in the way it was intended. It can be a little frustrating that some items that would be really useful aren't available, so I still have to improvise a lot of rigging.
One feature I would really appreciate on the magic arm would be to pull an end off and mount it in a 15mm tube clamp. That would be so much better than having to rely on the 1/4" thread which really can't take much torque, but the Smallrig clamps also work amazingly well. For the price of half a dozen of these you can buy one from the famous Italian brand.
I had to double check the part number because this arm is short! It is advertised as an 11" arm - Even stretching it as far as I could in came in under 10". Then I looked at the spec and it shows 238mm. I don't what kind of inches SmallRig uses I can only guess they are small inches. Anyway, that one is doen to my fault - should have read the specs better and known that 11'' should be 279mm!
The build looked OK and clamping it up in your hands it seems to work OK. However, I put in on a Chromlive Super Clamp and clamped in on a Manfrotto tripod leg since the intended use for a 7" Field monitor. You have to tighten this arm up so tight to get it hold it's crazy, no wonder some people have broken teh clam tightening it. I haven't even risked adding the field monitor. I'm guessing as long as the arm is almost upright it might be OK, but that isn't really point of this arm.
This is the first SmallRig item I have regretted purchasing. Will probably return it if I can and look for another solution.
I was using it to hold a Shogun Inferno, was tightening the thumbscrew, and before it was safely tight the screw failed and the unit fell apart. So glad this didn't happen in the middle of filming, and that I was still holding the Shogun in hand at time.
• I wish the little rubber pads didn't exist, and instead the surface tension plate was just metal.
• I wish the end connectors had the means for me to use a crescent wrench to tighten down, as well as the thumbscrew. As it stands, you have to lock the magic arm and rotate your attachment to get it to thread on. If you don't lock the magic arm, the end connector spins in its socket and the attachment will never thread.
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These units really help me get video angles for my YouTube videos and online teaching that I couldn't otherwise get. The built quality is absolutely solid.
This unit was so impressive that I actually do searches for SmallRig every so often to see what other innovative products they have.
The only thing I would recommend is that you ensure you get an iPhone mount to attach to this at the same time you order this. Highly recommended.
What about the functionality of it? Unfortunately, I'm yet to field test it due to lockdown restrictions. When I'm free to roam again, I'll update these comments accordingly. So far though, I'm impressed. I have no idea what the category of "warmth" is (one of the rating fields offered by Amazon) but I've given it five stars for that anyway. :) Yes, it was very warm. Mmm...
- The only issue with this product is that it is NOT an 11" Arm. It's 9.5". 1.5" Shorter!